Ipoh girl wins Michelin Star for new restaurant in Paris

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 13 Mar 2018

?Kwen Liew (left) and Ryunosuke Naito at their Michelin-starred restaurant Pertinence. Photo via Pertinence Facebook page.

PETALING JAYA: From the hawker stalls of Singapore to the fine dining restaurants of Paris, Malaysian chefs are making their mark in the highly coveted Michelin Guide.

First there was Ipoh-born Chan Hon Meng, whose chicken rice stall in Singapore got a Michelin star in 2016.

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